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Andrew Pain

Mental health speaker, Andrew Pain, is helping organisations with stress management, burnout, time management and overcoming adversity.  He is an inspirational speaker in much demand for a variety of corporate events.

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Mental health speaker, Andrew Pain, is an energetic, down-to-earth, keynote speaker, championing psychological safety, a zero-suicide society and true allyship, where diverse groups of people understand each other and step up for each other.

Andrew is on a mission to:  

  • Enable leaders to deliver on their aspirations and responsibilities, but without burning out.
  • Create decisive and resilient communities of people.
  • Identify and break the stigmas which prevent men from being the best version of themselves.
  • Create psychologically safe working environments, where people are inspired to talk openly and without fear of being patronised, penalised, belittled or ignored.

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Andrew is a member of the International Coaching Federation (MICF), a member of the Professional Speaking Association (MPSA) and member of the International Stress Management Association (MISMA).

He is also a TEDx speaker, delivering one of the only TEDx talks which unpacks the impact of female perpetrated domestic violence on a male, drawing on his lived experience from a former marriage. To date, the talk has over 125K views and features as an educational resource in many universities and colleges. Andrew is a campaigner for all victims of domestic abuse, highlighting the challenges faced by male victims in overcoming traditional stereotypes. He’s also an ambassador for EIDA (Employers’ initiative on domestic abuse)

Andrew is a Podcaster, whose new podcast, Men on Show, celebrates the stories of everyday male heroes, unpacking their journey whilst also exploring their views on: modern masculinity, toxic masculinity and is the phrase a wall builder or bridge builder? The issue of Andrew Tate, the campaign for a minister for men, to more generally, why are men and boys struggling and how do we help them?

As a speaker, Andrew serves diverse organisations, including; The Crown Prosecution Service, Amazon, Lidl, Specsavers, Public Health Wales, Birmingham City University, University of Liverpool, Chartered Institute of Marketing, Federation of Small Businesses, Yorkshire Ambulance Service, Solihull Council, Gloucestershire County Council, schools and colleges, etc


Andrew has over 20 years’ HR experience in the private and third sectors, covering; recruitment, organisational development, coaching, learning and development, and mixed into his HR experience over the years, includes the successful business run from his garden shed in the south of France, leading on a money mentoring programme in one of the most deprived postcodes in Birmingham, to living and working in Mexico and El Salvador, serving street children!

Outside of work, Andrew is a proud dad to 3 boys under 11, which means he’s a triage nurse, war reporter, peace negotiator, tutor, cook, cleaner, taxi driver, football coach, personal encyclopedia and unappreciated fashion consultant. It also means his daily Fitbit step count is never less than 15k.

Speaking themes:

Burnout, Men’s Mental Health, Mental Health, Imposter Syndrome, Overcoming adversity, Mastery of Time, Domestic Abuse.

Feedback on his presentations includes:

Thank you so much for your burnout talk on Tuesday, it was brilliant and really set the tone for the rest of the conference with loads of engagement and discussion from the attendees.” Laura Daubney: Events Organiser for Women’s Network Conference – Magnox Ltd

We’ve had some amazing feedback from last week’s webinar and 100% satisfaction. Thank you so much!” Sue Hurrell – Specialist Event Planning – Chartered Institute of Management Accountants

Thank you for delivering such an exceptional webinar, it was incredibly informative, useful and interesting. You were so passionate, relatable and knowledgeable, you really did us proud, thank you!” Tracey Ellis – Organisational Development & Wellbeing Business Manager – Solihull Council

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